Let's be clear here: This is a significant historical moment. I kinda wanna be cynical about former Maryland Lieutenant Governor Michael Steele just being appointed RNC Chairman. In reality, he's the first black man to ever hold this post. This is just as historic and groundbreaking as Barack Obama winning the Presidency. Now, we'll wait and see if
the good ole' boy Steele's selection indicates true change in the way the GOP conducts its business or if he's simply a lawn jockey. I'm actually really interested in seeing how the media will present this.
Is this as significant to you as Barack Obama being elected President? Why or Why not?